Clermont is proving what can be accomplished with a good attitude and a little determination.
Passion, integrity and excellence are what it takes to be inducted into the Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame.
Carol Martin was promoted Tuesday to captain with the Gainesville Police Department, filling the vacancy left by Maj. Paul Sherman's promotion.
Deep underground, surrounded in darkness, is where Joel Sneed sees the light most clearly.
When Janet Melton walks into St. Michael Catholic Church in Gainesville, she stops by the door, dips her fingertips into a small silver bowl and traces a cross over her body.
"Use me as your instrument Lord. I'll do what you want me to do. I'll go where you want me to go. I'll serve who you want me to serve." That's Beverly Wilson's motto.
For most of her life, Tammy Robinson felt that the only person she could trust was herself.
Local attorneys will be battling for justice outside the courtroom in the coming month.
After two weeks of cancer treatments, Amber Gaddis stood in front of her bathroom mirror with her niece while she shaved her head.
Perhaps Robyn Hood Black's parents knew she was destined to be a children's book author when they named her after the famous storybook character.
Teachers and students at Flowery Branch High School played a friendly game of basketball before leaving for spring break Friday afternoon.
Dori Bishop likes to say her life began at age 11.
The students at Riverside Military Academy received a "timeless message" in leadership Wednesday afternoon.
Hall County Sheriff's Office is investigating an aggravated battery and possible rape that occurred Sunday afternoon on Tulip Drive.
While some kids think of summer as a perfect time to work on their tan and enjoy a much-needed vacation, a growing number of high school and college students are using that time to make themselves more attractive to future employers.
When it was Erika Castaneda's turn to come up with a menu for her week as head chef at The Bistro at the Oaks, she drew inspiration from a recent vacation.
The Easter story might not be told the same way if it had not been for three women discovering an empty tomb some 2,000 years ago.
Elizabeth Harrison is a self-professed "magazine junkie."
Raising more than $1.5 million in this economy is reason enough to celebrate.
Employees ranging from teenagers to middle-aged adults hustled at their stations during the fast-food restaurant's lunch rush Tuesday afternoon.
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